Trump announced the intention to expand the U.S. nuclear Arsenal
The head of the American administration also called the new start Treaty with Russia on mutual reductions of nuclear vehicles and warheads “one-sided”, noting that it did not support it.
WASHINGTON, 23 Feb — RIA Novosti, Alexei Bogdanovsky. The US President Donald trump called the new start Treaty with Russia on mutual reductions of nuclear vehicles and warheads “unilateral” and vowed to expand the U.S. nuclear Arsenal, told Reuters.
Trump, in an interview, the Agency stated that it did not support the Treaty and intends to expand the nuclear Arsenal that the USA “was on top of the competition” in this area.
The new start Treaty Russia and the United States signed in 2010, but because he joined in 2011.
The agreement provides for the reduction of deployed strategic delivery vehicles on each side to 700 and up to 1 thousand 550 nuclear warheads on them. The term of the agreement to ten years, until 2021.